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Import is inherently heavy operation, because it is bulk operation and writes are inherently very heavy (relative to reads). If you are not time–constrained for the operation — does it really matter? Write your import as command line tool. Make sure you disable PHP timeout. Make sure you can efficiently restart process at certain point, in case something ...


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I've checked and WordPress does, by default, retrieve & cache all post meta along with the main query's posts, so you're perfectly fine storing a product's additional fields as standard post meta. You might want to store Brands (merchants? manufacturers?) as a custom taxonomy so that you can take advantage of built-in templates and queries to show all ...


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Responsiveness is probably one of the most important things about any site. Finding a way to make your table responsive is then pretty key. If you want to go the plugin route, it is best to look for a table plugin that offers that responsiveness. Also, plugging HTML into your theme may have some unintended design consequences depending on your theme. So ...


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You should pick whichever route is easiest to implement now and maintain in the future. Ideally the solution you pick should be repeatable for other post/pages.


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In this code I am changing the columns of my edit.php page, I am basically keeping only the checkbox, author and date I am adding acf fields from the posts to the edit.php page but you can add other meta there. /* ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Custom Columns -----------------------------------------------...



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